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spalding guide book baseball brilliantly here. pitching and defense. ken rosenthal standing by with a pair of their game three heroes. >> ken: they're going, the rbi triple in the second. big catch in the ninth. which did you like better? >> player: the rbi for sure. it's important. we are playing great defense. we have to keep playing. every single one in the field. trying to make a play. >> ken: you bat in the second, runner on second. one out. what was your approach against sanchez? >> player: he is a great pitcher. he got great pitches. he has great velocity. i just try to put the ball in play. the weather helped me a little bit. i think for the pitchers tonight to throw the ball, it was really hard. and he hand me that curv curveball. i did damage with it. >> ken: gregor, thank you. tim, another good outing. how much are you enjoying this role? >> player: we're all enjoying this right now. up 3-nothing in the world series. couldn't be better than that. we have another game to win. so we're looking forward to tomorrow. tomorrow. kentucky when bochy said we're not starting you, how did
and the field. not sure what to do with themselves at this point. but ken rosenthal is able it track down the guy who shut down the guy tonight for san francisco. standing by with sergio romo. kenny, take it away. >> ken: sergio, get the final out of the world series. you are emotional right now. what's going through your mind? >> feel very blessed. beyond blessed. these guys let me taking along for the ride. beyond blessed, for sure. >> ken: the last inning, obviously you have cabrera to end it. you have a difficult tigers lineup. a team that played much better tonight. what are you thinking out there on the mound? >> got to get the job done. they have relied on me and they have had confidence in me all year long to just do what i can do, just be me on the mound. these guys let me be myself. they don't hold me back. they give me the confidence i need and they have the faith in me. unreal. couldn't let anybody down, especially anybody wearing orange and black. >> there were ten thousand people watching at the san francisco civic center outside. anything you want to say to them? >> world c
to ken rosenthal. >> ken: blanco, it seems like you have been hot ever since you got to san francisco. you have five two-hit games in this series. how do you explain what you're doing offensively? >> player: i don't really know, man. just exciting to come to the field every day and having this opportunity, just being in the playoffs is amazing. that's what you work for all off-season and spring training. to be here, just, priceless. >> ken: you have got 2010 great performances out of zito and vogelsong the last two games. what do you expect tomorrow night out of matt cain? >> player: he is a gamer. you know, and i think tomorrow we just have to go out there and do our best. and try to score runs early for him, so he starts doing his thing. >> ken: yourself, you didn't make the major league debut until you were 26 years old and you played 11 years now. what would it mean for you to play in your first world series? >> player: i can't wait. that sounds so good. early in my career, didn't get respect in the big leagues and now i have an opportunity to be in the world series, fe me, i can'
to baltimore. stephanie rawlings-blake: you're talking about 500 new jobs. ken ulman: and increased tourism will mean more business... for maryland's small businesses. jim smith: and instead of marylanders spending... five hundred and fifty million in other states... ken ulman: question seven will keep that money right here. stephanie rawlings-blake: more jobs, millions for schools. jim smith: i'm voting for question seven. ken ulman: i'm voting for question seven. stephanie rawlings-blake: and i'm voting for question seven. >>> we're covering the storm from top to bottom. >> let's go to kent island. somehow have things gone down in the past hour? >> reporter: they've gone down hill. there are about 1200 people in queen anne's without power. i got off the phone with the director of emergency services here. he says, listen, there are two shelters, kent island high school and centerville middle school. at this point it's not safe. if you're looking outside thinking i should have left yesterday when the mandatory evacuations went into place, don't leave because the wind and the rain are just t
once again with the great film maker ken burns on the american spirit in hard times. "the dust bowl" tells a story about one of the worst manmade ecological disasters in this country's history. glad to talk about so many things with you. i do want to start with politics because i know it's an interest of yours. we're in this debate season and it's gotten fairly uncivil particularly in the last debate. what did you make of the race right now and who do you think has an edge? >> it's hard to say who has an edge. i always thought it would be extremely close but i'm been disappointed by the lack of civil discourse we keep trying to promote, the ability to sit down and say we have really tough questions and don't score points by the debating team. you score them by getting down and say, yes, we're going to have to make some tough decisions as well as you guys. it's aulsz the other guy's fault and if only you do it other way, everything will be all right and we know that won't happen. we're on the edge of a fiscal cliff and we have a real bright possibility of finding a grand bargain, but
a ring. buster posey will have two. and now we will go down o ken rosenthal in the middle of all those bodies on the field. >> ken: thanks, joe. buster, you had such a difficult road to get here, division series, league championship series. how surprised are you that this is a sweep? >> well, we are just happy right now. tonight was a battle and i think tonight was a fitting way for us to end it. those guys played hard. they didn't stop. good feeling. >> ken: how important was it for you guys to close it out tonight, knowing how good they are, knowing verlander could pitch tomorrow? >> i think it's very important. we get verlander tomorrow, weow how good he is. fister and sanchez back home if it went that way. it was very big. >> your pitching dominated, going back to the nlcs. what made them so good down the stretch? >> they executed pitches. they had a game plan going on. give credit to our pitching coach, regular. they executed. they deserve the credit. >> thank you, kenny. that thoughtful, young catcher who will likely be the league mvp this year hit a big two-republic home run ton
tomorrow night. we'll take you down to ken rosenthal. >> ken: blanco, it seems like you have been hot ever since you got to san francisco. you have five two-hit games in this series. how do you explain what you're doing offensively? >> player: i don't really know, man. just exciting to come to the field every day and having this opportunity, just being in the playoffs is amazing. that's what you work for all off-season and spring training. to be here, just, priceless. >> ken: you have got 2010 great performances out of zito and vogelsong the last two games. what do you expect tomorrow night out of matt cain? >> player: he is a gamer. you know, and i think tomorrow we just have to go out there and do our best. and try to score runs early for him, so he starts doing his thing. >> ken: yourself, you didn't make the major league debut until you were 26 years old and you played 11 years now. what would it mean for you to play in your first world series? >> player: i can't wait. that sounds so good. early in my career, didn't get respect in the big leagues and now i have an opportunity to be in
tonight. again, the final 6-1 in game six. game seven tomorrow night. we'll take you down to ken rosenthal. >> ken: blanco, it seems like you have been hot ever since you got to san francisco. you have five two-hit games in this series. how do you explain what you're doing offensively? >> player: i don't really know, man. just exciting to come to the field every day and having this opportunity, just being in the playoffs is amazing. that's what you work for all off-season and spring training. to be here, just, priceless. >> ken: you have got 2010 great prmances out of zito and vogelsong the last two games. what do you expect tomorrow night out of matt cain? >> player: he is a gamer. you know, and i think tomorrow we just have to go out there and do our best. and try to score runs early for him, so he starts doing his thing. >> ken: yourself, you didn't make the major league debut until you were 26 years old and you played 11 years now. what would it mean for you to play in your first world series? >> player: i can't wait. that sounds so good. early in my career, didn't get respect in the b
. ken ulman: and increased tourism will mean more business... for maryland's small businesses. jim smith: and instead of marylanders spending... five hundred and fifty million in other states... ken ulman: question seven will keep that money right here. stephanie rawlings-blake: more jobs, millions for schools. jim smith: i'm voting for question seven. ken ulman: i'm voting for question seven. stephanie rawlings-blake: and i'm voting for question seven. as a pastor, my support for question 6 is rooted in my belief that the government should treat everyone equally. i wouldn't want someone denying my rights based upon their religious views, so i shouldn't deny others based upon mine. it's about fairness. i support this law because it doesn't force any church to perform a same sex marriage if it's against their beliefs. and that's what this is about. protecting religious freedom and all marylanders equally under the law. join me in voting for question 6. >> new york city mayor michael bloomberg was in town today to speak in favor of same-sex marriage. the donation that he recently gave to m
by along the parade route and at the sisk center today. ken bastida along with -- our team out there as -- there he is, sergio romo. knocking it for the crowd, got the shades going, the hat spun around backwards, the hoodie and the whole business. this guy, comes out of nowhere, makes his way through the minors and bam. >> i think he's stock shot up and he is a legitimate closer. if you look at the beginning of the season, the giants lost their 2nd baseman, freddy sanchez, brian wilson for a year and sergio romo steps up and bams one of the -- became one of the best closers in baseball. >> we told you we would be giving you live kornlg and the best perspective. we want to go to juliette goodrich who i believe is in a specially motorized vehicle giving us a perspective seen only on cbs 5. juliette? >> reporter: hello, ken. yes, we are with mobile 5 and we actually got lucky. we hopped on with security. so no, we're not in a convertible, we're in a go-cart but that's okay. we're here with all of the fans and that team is taking the video for us. you can see the adoring fans as
. it was good enough to find a way to be here right now. >> hunter, thanks. congratulations. back to you. >> ken, thank you. hunter pence came along relatively late in the ride. ryan theriot, d.h.ing tonight, scoring that winning run on phantom cam and it's an image that will be looked at over and over again in san francisco. erin andrews standing by with the giants game one here row, barry zito. erin. >> matt, thanks so much. here right now with barry zito, who really everyone on this pitching staff credits your efforts in game five of the nlcs, really giving this game momentum, new life. how good -- you said you looked like a football player, but how good does this feel right now? >> this feels incredible. it's surreal. everyone helped out from the start. three games in cincinnati, no one had done that in a couple years. game five in lcs i was blessed with having the game of my life. and the momentum turned when we got back to san francisco. >> everybody counted you out but you have gone through a lot in your career as well. you just said to me you have been laying low since you have been pitc
to survey ken island to see what they are facing. look at this. snow plows used to push out the water across ken island. >> i thought the house was going to blow done. i am surprised the trees didn't. >> reporter: sandy was wild and gusts were reported at 90 miles per hour. >> the tide was coming up. >> reporter: water came on this property, but it stayed outside her home. next door furniture is still tied down. what do you have have left? >> tree branch and mild compared to isabel. >> reporter: water in parking lots is the biggest headache. water stayed outside of annie's steak house but the parking lot was too dangerous. so they shut down. >> the storm going to new jersey was a savior and we pray for those people in new jersey and new york. >> reporter: he nailed it. we have our thoughts and prayers with them. there is still clean up on ken island and we are surveying the damage. >> reporter: some faired better, annie's was okay. and not far from that jetty's took a lot of water in from this event. and during isabel it was destroyed completely. >> reporter: tough to get a full picture beca
way to get them out. >> ken: matt carpenter off the bench, he hadn't played since friday. how impressed were you by the two-run homer? >> player: we do a good job of guys stepping up if somebody goes down. a theme all year. all last year. he is waiting for his chance. hasn't had a lot of a.b.s in the post season. to step up and get a big hit is huge. >> ken: how about a rain delay and coming back. how does a team stay ready? it's been three-and-a-half hours. >> player: we had a good time. watched funny videos and watched carpenter dance. that's entertaining. >> ken: a tense playoff atmosphere. >> player: that's what we do. we get tight in the situation. >> ken: >> ken: thanks. back to you. >> joe: kenny, he has to refer to carpenter who is mocking the situation. every time we interview a cardinal, another guy is critiquing the interviewee. >> tim: we interviewed adam wainwright earlier in the game and rafael furcal next to him and adam wainwright gave us his first, that i heard, rafael furcal imitation. chris carpenter is the genesis of that whole thing. >> joe: they travel is
. >> matt: indeed. more than just pablo sandoval. ken rosenthal is standing by with another one of giants' game one heroes. ken? >> ken: thanks, matt. barry, a tough line-up. cabrera, fielder, what was your game plan going in tonight? >> player: just to mix all my pitches around and to keep them off-balance. and, you know, throw them in for strikes so they couldn't sit on one pitch. >> ken: i know you like to stay in the moment and not get caught up in the hoopla but we had tough times here. when the crowd was chanting your name, what was going through your mind? >> player: i couldn't enjoy it as much as i like. when you are out there, you've got serious work to do. and you can't really be the third person and look around. the fans are awesome. we know that. it feels great to take the first one for them at home. >> ken: first world series start, you weren't on the post season roster in 2010 at all. how satisfying was it to pitch the world series opener, and to win with world series opener? >> yeah. just the opportunity alone was mind blowing. me and my wife were dancing around and stuff,
right, we are following breaking news for you right now. people are all trapped inside and ken ken is live with the latest on that. ken? >> reporter: yes, we are talking about a three-story building. you can see what it looks like right now. firefighters are still hitting some hot spots right now. the fire has been knocked down. still firefighters here on the scene. the folks are still outside. and i want to bring in now the chief as well as the d.c. fire chief here. talk to us about what happened here. >> our units arrived on the scene from the second and third floor. we had a man jumping from the is educational background -- from the second floor. >> okay, you had one that jumped? >> yes, sir. >> how is that person doing? >> i cannot reveal their condition, but they have been transported. >> we also heard that one firefighter was injured, is that correct? >> yes, that's affirmative, but he should be fine. >> do we know what may have started it had? >> no, we don't know what started it. the fire will be under investigation. all of our members who do spawn, they did an extremely go
. >> joe: ken rosenthal down there with buster posey. and the reaction from these giants. first romo. marco scutaro. sergio romo. the electric closer now for the giants enjoying every second of it. and that dugout! bruce bochy in his sixth year as manager here in san francisco, headed to his second world series. pablo sandoval right in the middle of all the action offensively for the giants. they are going to the world series. the shortstop, brandon crawford. and that defense up the middle that we talked about earlier in this game, crawford, scutaro, pagan, so solid in this nlcs. the world series is set, as they celebrate here in san francisco, represent being the american league with that great 3-4 combination in their order. cabrera, prince fielder, the outstanding rotation. it will start with justin verlander on wednesday night. and on the other side the giants, who came back to beat the reds in the division series, and back to beat the cardinals in the nlcs. we'll come back after this.   . >>> a local family taking action, find out why they say a popular ener
's their company royal dutch shell in the comparison murder of nigerian activists. nine activists, including ken saro-wiwa, were executed by the nigerian government. the families of seven of the nigerians killed are seeking to hold shell liable under a 1789 law. shell agreed to pay $15.5 million. some legal analysts are comparing this case to the landmark campaign finance ruling in citizens united in 2010. the court is now being asked to decide if corporations have the same responsibilities as individuals for violating human rights internationally. to find out more about the implications of this, we are joined by the legal director of the center for constitutional rights, the hair as me. talk about the case. talk about what happened in the early 1990's in nigeria. >> good to be here. royal dutch petroleum, shell, long had a presence in nigeria and ever cash and was exploiting natural resources there for profit. in the 1990's, and in one grass- roots movement, particularly among the ogoni tribe, sought to over their's control natural resources. in response, shell, with collaboration from the gove
-blake: you're talking about 500 new jobs. ken ulman: and increased tourism will mean more business... for maryland's small businesses. jim smith: and instead of marylanders spending... five hundred and fifty million in other states... ken ulman: question seven will keep that money right here. stephanie rawlings-blake: more jobs, millions for schools. jim smith: i'm voting for question seven. ken ulman: i'm voting for question seven. stephanie rawlings-blake: and i'm voting for question seven. it's heavy lifting. you start with a democratic senator named ben. by getting bwi-marshall funding for new runways, he's helping us serve 21 million passengers a year, which helps keep 100,000 jobs that depend on the airport, and that means more cargo for more businesses and more skycaps unloading more taxis... welcome to bwi. ...carrying families with more luggage. thanks. it's like he's out here with us. he's my friend, ben. i hope he's your friend, too. i'm ben cardin, and i approve this message. >>> the cast from disney on ice were on hard wood. the stars are in town for the rocking ever a
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a five point boost. among our guests, ken langone and donald trump. and focusing on issues of foreign policy and national security, we have senator john mccain. and by the way, if you went to sleep early last night, the texans beat the jets 23-17. this win brings the texans perfect record this season to 5-0. we will have more in squawk sports. first andrew has the morning's other top stories. >>> mr. sanchez had a chance to win that close to the end there and he didn't. the imf, though, this morning warning that the global economy has weakened further and now predicts slower growth for the next year. the advanced economies like the u.s., imf saying growth now too slow to make a serious dent in unemployment. meantime the imf predicting growth will begin to slow down in emerging economies such as china. the global forecast now at 3.3% for this year. by the way, that is down from the july estimate of 3.5%. >> you can call it general feeling of uncertainty about the future. worries about the ability of european policymakers who controlle euro crisis, worries about the failure of u.s. poli
'm ken bastida. two emergency landings for the american airlines jets in the last three days because of an unusual problem. a row of seats came loose from the floor in flight. and as cbs5 explains that several jets were grounded for inspections. >> that's right. it's a terrifying thing that happened in three days on the american airlines flights. just the latest for the airline under fire over a host of labor issues. >> that's right. an unusual one for you. >>> a bizarre breakdown for you on board flight 685 on saturday. >> fasten your seats. it came loose out of the floors. the passengers, they are unable to sit in that seat. >> reporter: you heard that right. a row of three seats that suddenly unbolted on the floor of the plane. >> we don't know what kind of turbulence that you have as the seat will be loose. we don't want that to fly around behind us. >> reporter: the plane was bound from miami to boston, but the pilots were forced to turn the aircrafts around for an emergency landing in new york. but that wasn't the end. it happened again today. seats on a new york to miami plane
the airwaves as amy nigh sears. we sit down with author ken. >>> breaking the sound barrier without a net. that's what skydiver felix baumgartner is expecting to do today. only cnn will bring it to you live. >>> good morn, everyone. i'm randi kaye. it's 7:00 a.m. on the east coast, 4:00 on the west. we start with new numbers. we start with a state that's squarely in the red. i'm talk about arizona. this rocky mountain poll shoes president obama with a two-point lead over mitt romney. the key here may be the latino vote which is heavily in obama's favor. what's interesting is only one democrat has won arizona in the past 60 years and that, you may recall, was bill clinton, 1996. both candidates are off the campaign trail today working on debate prep. president obama came under a lot of criticism for his performance in the first debate. well, he's get a second chance on tuesday. cnn's athena jones has a preview for us. >> good morning, randi. the second debate is on its way. why? because it will be undecided voters asking the questions. round 2, president obama and governor mitt romney face off i
friend at fox and off his new album "i'm shaking. >> ken: here's miller pitching to buster posey. miller just turned 22. posey is 25. youth is served here in the bottom of the seventh of game two. first-round pick, 19th overall, shelby miller from houston, texas. he has made a rapid assent through the cardinal organization, and he can bring it. 96 on the fastball. it's 0-2. >> tim: youth is serving baseball very well. the introduction this year of mike fratello, bryce harper, two guys representing their leagues very, very well. >> joe: got posey looking. 95 mile-an-hour fastball right at the knees. one out. tonight's game is sponsored by samsung galaxy x-3. and by bank of america, the official bank of major league baseball. vogelsong exits, as pence comes up empty. strike 1. casilla and affeldt, they were warming last inning. they are getting up now. popped up right side for descalso. two out. game summary is brought to you by liberty mutual. two out here in the bottom of the seventh inning. angel pagan has two lead off home runs this postseason. first got to do a jimmy rollins, he's the
. >> joe: that is foul, right in the direction of ken rosenthal. how about wainwright tonight here in game four? >> ken: well, he has been great, joe. it goes back to game five of the division series. if you remember, he fell behind 6-nothing. he was very upset with his performance last night. that night. thrilled that the teammates got him obviously off the hook. and he was one of the guys that pops up as they came back against the nationals. for him, after missing all of last season it has to be gratifying just to be back in this position. >> joe: yes. ken, and that start, and that win and go on and lose and go home start against the nationals, in game five he went 2-1/3 allowed six runs, seven hits. after being pretty good in game one, including ten strike-outs. 5-2/3. >> tim: also three home runs for the nationals in the 2-1/3. >> joe: still 0-2 on hector sanchez leading off the seve seventh. breaking ball strikes out sanchez for the third time tonight. strikeout number five. here in game four for wainwright. geico in-game box score for the giants. pagan has done his part with a triple
in their nats gear. we go too ken molestina live outside center field -- to ken molestina live outside center field gates with more on all that excitement. ken. >> reporter: natitude is all over the place right now. the gates just opened up 6:00, these fans filing into the stadium. you can see just how excited they are for this game five. they've been waiting out here for hours bearing the cold chilly weather, but things are getting exciting over here and these fans finally getting ready to go inside the stadium, a couple hours till game time. listen to what some fans said earlier when we talked to them. >> i'm pumped for game five and we're going to take it all the way to the world series. i have confidence we're going to get it this year. >> i'm just fired up. i'm just ready for the game to start. >> when they hit the home run, we bought tickets as fast as we could. >> i've been feign since 2005. i've seen them -- a fan since 2005. i've seen them come full circle, a good people to be behind. >> reporter: back out live another look at the gates. they just opened at 6:00. these crowds are s
, figure out a tempt way to get them out. >> ken: matt carpenter off the bench, he hadn't played since friday. how impressed were you by the two-run homer? >> player: we do a good job of guys stepping up if somebody goes down. a theme all year. all last year. he is waiting for his chance. hasn't had a lot of a.b.s in the post season. to step up and get a big hit is huge. >> ken: how about a rain delay and coming back. how does a team stay ready? it's been three-and-a-half hours. >> player: we had a good time. watched funny videos and watched carpenter dance. that's entertaining. singing kept us loose. >> ken: a tense playoff atmosphere. >> player: that's what we do. we get tight in the situation. >> ken: >> ken: thanks. back to you. >> joe: kenny, he has to refer to carpenter who is mocking the situation. every time we interview a cardinal, another guy is critiquing the interviewee. >> tim: we interviewed adam wainwright earlier in the game and rafael furcal next to him and adam wainwright gave us his first, that i heard, rafael furcal imitation. chris carpenter is the genesis of that
of the forthcoming "coolidge: a biography of america's 30th president." ken rogoff, whom i mentioned, is a professor of economics at harvard university, and amity shlaes is the author of thompson reuters digital and author of "politocrats." become back to both of you. ken, the piece i mentioned, you and carmen rhine hahart wrote almost a political piece about how the u.s. was doing. you said, look, compared with other big financial crises that meet the recessions, we're doing pretty well. fair? >> yeah. that's a fair characterization of what they said and what we said. i mean, it's fair game to say we can do better. we will a plan where the economy's going to grow better. but it you're going to evaluate what happened, was it a bad recovery, was it a good recovery, i think you have to compare it to deep financial crisis. this was not a plain vanilla recession. you have to compare it to deep financial crises we've had in this country which don't happen very often. and other countries around the world. and if you go by that metric, the united states has not done so badly. i mean, i think part of the ar
's go down to the field and ken rosenthal. >> ken: adam, it seemed like you had one of your better curveballs tonight. what did you think of your stuff and your performance overall? >> player: i was confident coming in the game that i had the stuff to go out and pitch the ball. i felt that way last time, too. didn't work out. we 2010 game. today was a big -- we won the game and we got a big win. >> ken: i knew you were unhappy how you pitched in game five of the division series. how much did it motivate you tonight? >> player: it was a big motivator. i know i'm good enough to pitch the post season and carry the team deep in game. get quality outing. last time i didn't do it. but i knew tonight if i just stayed and believed in myself and went out there and executed the pitches, i'd be in good shape. >> ken: one win away from the world series. recovering from tommy john last year and didn't get a chance to pitch in series. can you describe how rewarding it would be for you to get back? >> player: more than you know. more than you know. this whole experience is so special as it is. ge
and came up with eight runs on 12 hits. in a five-run win. let's go down to the field and ken rosenthal. >> ken: adam, it seemed like you had one of your better curveballs tonight. what did you think of your stuff and your performance overall? >> player: i was confident coming in the game that i had the stuff to go out and pitch the ball. i felt that way last time, too. didn't work out. we 2010 game. today was a big -- we won the game and we got a big win. >> ken: i knew you were unhappy how you pitched in game five of the division series. how much did it motivate you tonight? >> player: it was a big motivator. i know i'm good enough to pitch the post season and rry the team deep in game. get quality outing. last time i didn't do it. but i knew tonight if i just stayed and believed in myself and went out there and executed the pitches, i'd be in good shape. >> ken: one win away from the world series. recovering from tommy john last year and didn't get a chance to pitch in series. can you describe how rewarding it would be for you to get back? >> player: more than you know. more than you
the economy. 51% to 44%. at the white house, i'm tara mergener for cbs 5. >>> i'm ken bastida in mobile5 in south fremont. we are going to show you what it took to dig a tunnel through the middle of the city to build a new bart station. >> tea gets a lot of credit but the one thing added to your tea that destroys the health benefits. ,,,,,,,,,,,, to mobile 5 and ken bastidah a first look at the newly completed bart expansion in fremont's warm springs area. n, this is quite a m >>> let's go out live to mobile 5 and ken bastida with a first look at the newly completed bart expansion in fremont's warm springs area. ken, you know, this is quite a milestone. >> reporter: yeah. it's going to take a while to actually finish it. we're standing right now on what in 2015 will be the bay area's newest bart station. it will be called warm springs or the south fremont station, nothing here right now but a bunch of bart rails. but to get here from fremont, the last station on the line, they had to dig the central subway tunnel. now, check this thing out. this thing is 15 football fields long and it go
. >> and i'm ken bastida. no torture at at&t park tonight, unless of course you're a cardinals fan. the giants come up big, to even the score. the nlcs, cbs 5 sports director dennis o'donnell joins us with game 2 highlights. dennis? >> thank you. ryan vogelsong brilliant for the giants on the mound tonight. bottom line is they had to win game 2, and they did that. but it may have come at a price. let me show you what happened. it was scoreless in the first when matt holliday went hard into second base, trying to break up a double-play. marco scutaro's leg buckled awkwardly and it took a minute for him to get up. for the time being, he was okay, and he actually got some payback. three-run score after holliday bobbled the baseball. the baseball gods were with the giants there. they win 7-1. so the series is now tied at one game apiece. as for marco scutaro, i'll have an update coming up in the sportscast as well as reaction, very mixed, on whether or not that slide was too aggressive. but, again, ken, dana, the important thing is this series is tied one game apiece as it goes back t
'reilly and john stewart. they have been on campus at george washington university and ken molestina is standing by live. ken, were they smart and funny? >> reporter: they were all that and much more. listen, bruce, you know this. anybody who has spent time in washington knows that this town loves bickering. they love debate. they love opinions. they love humor, but most importantly, they all like a good show. that's exactly what happened here today at the rumble in the air-conditioned auditorium. that's what they called it. let's take you inside and show you what it looked like earlier tonight when these two squared off. the fox news anchor and host of the daily show, of course, tangled away for a 90 minute debate in front of a sold out crowd of 1200 and countless of people who were watching online. the two took jabs at each other through humor and even sick at times. john stewart significantly shorter than bill o'reilly. he used a platform there to sort of get up to his height. that was a joke that he carried on throughout the entire debate. the issues were the economics of the country, healt
to be honest. it took a perfect relay to get it glynn and ken, if you are scoring at home, 52 times in history has the giants taken the two to nothing lead and that's what the odds are in favor of the giants right now. >> and i notice that pose see stepped out of the way when fielder was coming down the line. >> that's company orders from now on. that was a speep tag to make sure he was -- 275 pounds was not in his face. >> with three home runs pablo sandoval couldn't miss last night but it's the fate of that final historic home run ball that has one fan crying foul. juliette goodrich is joining us live. >> tonight with huge excitement fans are going crazy but how about the three home runs that pablo blasted last night. would you believe one fan got the ball? how she got it and what she did it with is a story within itself. >> when pablo hit his third home run in last night's game, you won't believe where the ball ended up. >> he said where is the ball and i'm not going to tell him giant's fan dawn price was in the out fooeld when the ball went over the fence, she claims she went over o
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this time in richmond. right now, michelle obama wrapped up a rally in leesburg. ken is live with the first lady. ken. >> reporter: derek, if you can hear me okay, this just wrapped up. let me see if we can zoom in here. see what is left of this rally. michelle obama greeting some supporters. they chose loudoun county, the barack obama campaign focusing on what they are calling a grass rootings movement to try and get people to register to vote before october 15. of course that is less than a week away from now. this is the last final push to try and win what many folks have considered a battleground state in this election. throughout this event here, michelle obama spokabout healthcare, the economy, getting behind people and backing people up during hard times. she said quote, we all know, we all know good and well that cutting sesame street is no way to balance the budget. that was a direct jab at comments mitt romney made last week during the presidential debate. but a large crowd showed up here at the loudoun county fair grounds to hear this event. it just wrapped up right now and i ca
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